(Sent on behalf of Athanassios Vergados)
We are pleased to announce the programme of our upcoming conference on ‘Reflections on Language in Early Greece’ that will take place on-line via Zoom on 1st-3rd September 2021. To obtain the zoom details, please register at https://newcastleuniversity.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZArdO-uqzwsEtCNY8qTfKAbs9cvCEPsZr17.
Please note that all times are GMT+1 (UK time).
Do you teach ancient history, Latin, or any aspect of the ancient world within humanities courses at a community college? Join other community college faculty for the inaugural meeting of a new group convened by the Society for Classical Studies. You can sign up here for the virtual meeting on Thursday July 15, 2021 at 4pm EDT / 3pm CDT / 1pm PDT and also use the form to suggest topics of interest for discussion. Registered attendees will receive the zoom link on July 14th, 24 hours prior to the meeting.
The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities The Hebrew University of Jerusalem cordially invite you to a Joint Conference on
Orality and Literacy XIV: Textualization
24-27 June 2021 (Northern Hemisphere)
Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”
Dipartimento di Studi letterari, filosofici e di storia dell’arte
EARLY MODERN AND MODERN COMMENTARIES ON VIRGIL
June 14-16, 2021
An Online Conference
Link Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81909339883
All times are CEST (Rome time).
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, June 14, 2pm-2:20pm
Welcoming words by EMORE PAOLI (Director of the Department of Studi letterari, filosofici e di storia dell’arte, Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”) and introduction by SERGIO CASALI
Monday, June 14, 2:20pm-5pm
Chair: VIRGILIO COSTA (Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”)
DAVID WILSON-OKAMURA (East Carolina University)
Afterimages of Lucretius
FABIO STOK (Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”)
Dickinson Summer Latin Workshop 2021: Ovid’s Little Aeneid
Dates: July 12-16, 2021
Location: Zoom link to be provided to registered participants
Text: Ovid, Metamorphoses 13.623–14.582
The 2021 season of the Digital Classicist London seminar is on the theme of world classics: we have put together a programme of speakers who are working with digital humanities and digital classics methods to the study of antiquity—whether language, corpora, archaeology—from across the world. All sessions are streamed live on Youtube, and will also be available to watch there afterwards.
All seminars at 17:00 (UK time).
(Sent on behalf of Lawrence Kowerski)
Dear friends of the Classics Program at Hunter College,
Please join us Friday, May 14, at 5pm for the 83rd Josephine Earle Memorial Lecture (see the attached poster). The lecture is taking place virtually over Zoom, and pre-registration is required at the link below. In addition to the lecture, the event will begin with a student award ceremony and a celebration of recent graduates from the Classics Program at Hunter.
83rd Josephine Earle Memorial Lecture, Friday, May 14, 5-7pm
"What did the Romans want from their law?"
Michael Peachin, Professor of Classics (New York University)
Register at this link: